Independent Program Attorney Emily Taylor addresses the legal issue of whether you can legally open carry your firearm at a demonstration in Texas—and why such an action can get you unwanted police attention. Sam: Welcome to U.S. LawShield and Texas LawShield’s Live Report on Facebook Live. From the news desk in Houston, I am... [Read More]
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As noted in a recent legislative update, Texas Law Shield Members will soon have a major expansion in their ability to defend themselves with bladed weapons. On September 1, 2017, H.B. 1935 becomes effective. It amends Texas Penal Code § 46.01(6) to remove the term “Illegal” knife and create the term “Location restricted” knife. Knives will no... [Read More]
Watch Sam Malone and Texas Law Shield Independent Program Attorney Michele Byington discuss the protest at the Sam Houston statue in Houston this weekend and learn how the phrase “in a manner calculated to alarm” could be very important if you choose to open carry a rifle or handgun at such demonstrations.
In this excerpt from a U.S. LawShield News live report, watch Emily Taylor, Independent Program Attorney with Walker & Byington, discuss the basic rules for carrying firearms into restaurants and bars. Click the video below to find out the major differences between blue signs and red signs in Texas establishments, and how getting those colors crossed up could lead... [Read More]
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In this excerpt from a U.S. Law Shield News live report, watch Independent Program Attorney Michele Byington and host Sam Malone discuss the sad case of a 7th grader who was suspended for “liking” a picture on an Airsoft gun on Instagram. If you would like to see these reports live on Facebook, click here to join... [Read More]
Texas & U.S. Law Shield Independent Program Attorney Michele Byington discusses the state of Constitutional Carry with host Sam Malone.
Learning how to protect yourself and your home doesn’t have to be scary. Attend a “Laughing at Danger” seminar taught by Austin Davis, the witty “Funny Crime” speaker, and let him entertain, educate, and motivate you all while learning the core values of personal protection. Prices for “Laughing at... [Read More]
In an 11-page white paper labeled “not for public distribution,” but which has been obtained by Texas & U.S. Law Shield, Ronald B. Turk, associate deputy director and chief operating officer of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, outlines several steps the agency could take to remove many restrictions on gun regulations in... [Read More]
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